This remarkable house is located across the street from a Civil War marker nothing the place of the Battle of Unison. It is not uncommon to witness the pageantry of a Middleburg fox hunt participants from your own back yard. It is believed that the original part of the house predates the Civil War as some structural members are bonded together with wooden pegs. The addition part of this home advertises the use of square head nails that gained popularity after the end of the civil war in 1865. The house predated the Civil War, but the ac system is modern and extremely efficient. The well water is wonderful and there is no bill for water and sewer. Charming tin roof with snowbirds on main level of house. The stone fireplace has not been used and is "as is" condition. The owners do not use the masonry fireplace in the living room. The large living room has a covered and screened back porch adjoining it. the floorplan along with the size of the dining room, foyer and living room mirror the newer homes open house plans! If you have gardening and hobbies, you will be thrilled with the small barn-like shed offering plenty of storage space. The room upstairs quoted as a third bedroom does not have a closet, but is large enough to have one or it could be flex room.
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